2016 FAAST Team Seminars

Following is the schedule for the FAAST Team Seminars at COPPERSTATE.

Please remember that these are 2 hour seminars and you must complete the full 2 hours to receive credit for that seminar.

Friday, October 28, 2016

0900-1100:
Presenter: Jim Price
Topic: “(ADS-B) Automatic, Dependent, Surveillance-Broadcast and Flight Safety”

· ADS-B and the FAA’s Next Generation Air Traffic System
· ADS-B (OUT) and (IN) FAR Requirements 2020
· ADS-B Equipment Required (1090ES Transponder) & (UAT)(ES) Extended Squitter, etc.
· Aviation Applications – ForeFlight, Wings X Pro 7, Garmin Pilot, etc.
. Use of ADS-B (IN) and (OUT), Equipment Cost (s).
· ADS-B and the FAA’s Next Generation Air Traffic System
· ADS-B (OUT) and (IN) FAR Requirements 2020
· ADS-B Equipment Required (1090ES Transponder) & (UAT)(ES) Extended Squitter, etc.
· Aviation Applications – ForeFlight, Wings X Pro 7, Garmin Pilot, etc.
. Use of ADS-B (IN) and (OUT), Equipment Cost (s).

1100-1300:
Presenter: Cary Grant
Topic: “Loss of Control/Impossible Turn ”

Respected aviation experts will discuss Loss of Control accidents and offer advice on how to hone your skills and sharpen your judgment to get more utility, safety, and fun from your flying. There will be plenty of opportunity to ask questions and participate in the discussion.
Loss of Aircraft Control continues to be the number one concern of the NTSB and the FAA. We will discuss the leading causes of Loss Of Control using accidents within the takeoff and landing phase that have occurred within Arizona. Coupled with the presentation is a discussion on the odds of completing "The impossible Turn", the fatal urge for pilots to turn back to their departure airport should they experience an engine failure on the upwind leg. This is an audio and video presentation of actual aircraft incidents.

1300-1500:
Presenters: Terry Brandt and Kelly McMullen
Topic: “Experimental Condition Inspection/Repair of Light Sport Aircraft”

This approximate 2 hour seminar will focus on the knowledge and skills required for Owner Performed Maintenance of type certificated and amateur built experimental aircraft & Maintaining Light Sport Aircraft to avoid some major aviation accident causal factors.

Saturday, October 29, 2016

0900-1100:
Presenter: Dr. Sarah Nilsson
Topic: “Updates to UAS Law in Arizona: How to Protect Yourself Legally”

Updates to UAS (Unmanned Aircraft Systems) Law in Arizona---both criminal code and transportation---as well as a review of current federal laws for commercial and recreational users with emphasis on risk management rules.

1100-1300:
Presenter: Terry Brandt and Kelly McMullen
Topic:“Owner Performed Maintenance/Experimental Condition Inspection”

This approximate 2 hour seminar will focus on the knowledge and skills required for Owner Performed Maintenance of type certificated and amateur built experimental aircraft & Maintaining Light Sport Aircraft to avoid some major aviation accident causal factors.

1300-1500:
Presenter: Ron Diedrichs
Topic: “Aerospace Physiology, Human Factors and Spatial Disorientation”

This approximate 2 hour seminar will focus on Aviation Physiology, Spatial Disorientation, Self-imposed Stress, Noise and Vibrations, and Human factors effecting Vision and visual illusions that impact GA pilots conducting operations in multiple modes of flight. Private pilots thru ATPs will benefit from this seminar.